You ever been to someone’s Instagram page and all they have is selfies?
You know what I mean right? You see a nice picture click on their name and the next thing you know you’re in a sea of self portraits over and over and over again. I can’t help but wonder about the psychology of a person who chooses to only post pictures of their face at the expense of anything else going on in their world. I can’t help but think there’s a need for attention coupled with self-absorption play a role. I just found this article about Facebook braggers that may even indirectly support the insecurity that may contribute to this kind of behavior.
Do our social media pages reflect our priorities? Social media allows us to handcraft our image and how others see us. It gives us a false sense of control about how we’re perceived. 100 likes doesn’t mean 100 people actually like you (as opposed to them liking your filter choice).
Check out my video about this whole thing:
What do you post the most?
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